When you’re tired after a hard day’s work and want to unwind, there’s a big chance you’re in dire need of something funny— whether it’s a meme, a joke from a friend, or a funny watch. Everyone has their own go-to list of funny films and series and this is ours.
“Pivot!” – Friends Series (1994-2004)
Rachel, Ross, Phoebe, Monica, Chandler, and Joey. This hilarious group was woven itself into popular culture, but more importantly, in the hearts of its viewers. The Friends series’ relevance in living rooms only seems to get stronger as time goes by. Indeed, there are a lot of scenes that have given us laughs, but there’s some favorites that standout in the list. The iconic “Pivot” scene has been replayed, replayed, and replayed and we can see why. Everyone can relate to moving furniture, which makes it so funny!
Series on Netflix.
“I gotta get that out!” – Get Smart (2008)
When you think Steve Carell, you can’t help but smile because of how funny the guy is. With a talent for comedy and wit so brilliant, he has made audiences feel happy for years with his movies and sketches.The Office, anyone? In Get Smart with Anne Hathaway, he plays an analyst of an American secret intelligence agency, who dreams to become a field agent. Due to circumstances, he is given a chance to to be one alongside Agent 99 (Hathaway), who reluctantly partners with him. Need a laugh today? Go watch.
“Bring it on, sisters!” – White Chicks (2004)
We’ve seen all sorts of dance battles, most especially from movies like Step Up and Save the Last Dance franchises, but this is probably the funniest of them all. Catch it in this laugh-out-loud movie starring Shawn Wayans and Marlon Wayans as two black FBI agents who go undercover as women to solve a kidnapping plot.
“So you have your cousins, and then you have your first cousins, and then you have your second cousins.” – Mean Girls (2004)
There was a time when Lindsay Lohan was everywhere. Among her list of memorable roles is Cady in Mean Girls. Apart from Lindsay Lohan, the popular teem drama casted other future stars including Rachel McAdams (Regina), Amanda Seyfried (Karen), and Lacey Chabert (Gretchen). Karen was the dumb and funny mean girl, who was funnier than mean actually. Check this discussion she had with Gretchen. Say what?
“Who writes it off ”- Schitt’s Creek (2015-2020)
If you haven’t watched this smartly-written comedy series, at least give it a try because it is F.U.N.N.Y. Coincidentally, this comedy about a family casted some actual family. Eugene Levy (Johnny) stars alongside his children Dan Levy ((David) and Sarah Levy (Twyla). Also in the cast are the very talented Catherine O’Hara (Moira) and Anne Murphy (Alexis). Being previously wealthy, without much business knowhow, watch David explain how his bought his new purchases through a write-off in this hilarious scene.
Series on Netflix.
“Samantha and Rachel” – Business Proposal (2022)
In the mood for some K-Drama? Business Proposal is a light, romantic comedy that’s sure to make you swoon because of the leads’ chemistry! Due to current circumstances and a blind date, Shin Ha-ri agrees to be Go-Food’s CEO, Kang Tae-mu’s fake girlfriend. This then leads them to a journey of mishaps, unlikely events, and eventually, love. Watch her try to discourage him from liking her during their first encounter!
Series on Netflix.
“I do the cha cha like a sissy girl.” – Bruce Almighty (2003)
“I don’t need a hand, I need a face!” – Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)
90s comedy definitely has its charm and nostalgia, especially in this classic family movie. As Daniel Hillard (Robin Williams) tries to adjust in his double life as Mrs. Doubtfire, chaos starts to begin. One such instance is when the job placement agency checks in on him and his custom-made mask falls off the window. Watch how Daniel tries to navigate this way out of this sticky situation.
“5,6,7,8!” – Valentine’s Day (2010)
Doctor. Singer. Song Writer. Comedian?
Maybe in this instance specifically. In this heartwarming romantic comedy directed by Garry Marshall, Taylor Swift plays a young, slightly ditsy high school student who’s head over heals over her boyfriend (played by Taylor Lautner).
“Bad mom award!” – Freaky Friday (2003)
Here’s another Lindsay Lohan (Anna) and classic for you all. In this movie, she teams up with Jamie Lee Curtis (Tess), who plays her mom. Due to an unusual turn of events, they swap bodies and now Anna has to see Tess’ patients. Curtis’ depiction of a 15-year-old pretending to be a shrink is so spot on, laughing is inevitable!
Watch the movie on Apple TV.
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